Last Wednesday was an ordinary afternoon for Eric Zimmermann, who owns Visual Impact Signs on Main Street in East Aurora. He was in his office with his son working on a project at approximately 4:30 p.m. Prior to that, he was the last person in his barn. Twenty minutes later, Zimmermann said his girlfriend ran up to him and said there was smoke pouring out of the barn.
After being dormant for 10 years, the East Aurora Village Board is looking to reactivate its Local Development Corporation (LDC). The initial plans are to fill the rest of the board seats for the corporation, then start to explore options for making improvements to the community.
The annual Toy Drive held by FISH of East Aurora has new partners this year. Rachael Auguglianro, owner of Spot of Tee, and Mark Dusen, owner of The Chair Caner, have stepped up and offered their businesses as drop-off points for donations.
The Marilla Town Board will sit down on Oct. 25 for a preliminary budget session. Supervisor Earl Gingerich, Jr. offered a brief overview of the budget at a recent board meeting.
The Iroquois Central Board of Education received a presentation and update in regard to the Windows Office 365 integrations and Windows 10 migration from Ken Piacente and Matt Jacobs. While Piacente is the Director of Technology and Software Integration specialist, Jacobs is the network administrator.
An older building that sits on the outskirts of town is beginning to receive attention after sitting in ruins for many years.